JFF Talks TikTok: Salt Lake Tribune Interviews Dr. Jennifer on LDS Non-Monogamy
In this recent podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joined Dave Noyce and Peggy Fletcher Stack of The Salt Lake Tribune's Mormon Land podcast (@mormonland) to discuss the recent viral "MomTok" video. In this discussion, Jennifer talks about how the lack of strong moral development in individuals can lead to vulnerabilities within a marriage.
Parents' Hardest Questions Answered
“Parenting is noble work, in part because you are so often reaching through the dark trying to figure out what it means to love this unique child, with their specific challenges, strengths and desires.” Dr. Finlayson-Fife joined Tina Gosney of the Parenting Through the Detour podcast to answer difficult questions that are on parents minds and souls.
Addressing Resentment in Marriage
In this podcast episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Dr. Corey Allan of Sexy Marriage Radio for a frank discussion about resentment in marriage and how we can avoid this common pitfall by becoming more honest with ourselves and learning to not rely on our spouses for validation.
Owning Your Spirituality
Dr. Finlayson-Fife and Heather Rackman of the Latter-day Life Coaches discuss honesty, truth, faith and where they all intersect in this episode about owning your spirituality.
Valentines Day and Improving Your Sex Life
In this new podcast episode Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife is interviewed by Courtney Anderson, host of The Glow Boss Podcast, to discuss Valentines Day and some easy and concrete ways to spice up your sex life.
Dr. Finlayson-Fife Talks With Colleague About Dr. Schnarch's Impact and Differentiation-Based Work
In honor of David Schnarch, professional colleague Dr. Dave Jenkins, interviews Dr. Finlayson-Fife about -How she came to find Dr. Schnarch's work -Personal growth that has come from her experience as a therapist and coach. -The value of seeking for truth even when it's disorienting. -How her practice has been influenced by Dr. David Schnarch's life and work. -The importance of differentiation in human development and creating peace within oneself and healthy relationships
When You Feel Like You’re Trying More Than Your Spouse
In this conversation with Tony Overbay of the Virtual Couch podcast, Dr. Finlayson-Fife talks about living with a narcissistic spouse AND the frustrating pursuer-distancer dynamic common to many couples. Here are some of the specific things Dr. Finlayson-Fife addresses.... -How to function in a relationship when your spouse has narcissistic traits or tendencies. -Where you are vulnerable when living with or loving someone who won't self-confront or change. -How to make sense of and address the experience of feeling more invested than your spouse. -How to grow in your capacity for an open hearted relationship if you tend to stay arm's length. -Understanding attachment or relational styles (such as being “clingy”, or “walled off” in relationship) and how to grow into a more self-sustaining and relational position.
Why The Struggle Is Worth It
Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Kami Banks of the Beyond Your Comfort Zone Podcast to discuss... How and why to invest in yourself The importance of differentiation and independence in being happy How to self-validate and gain greater confidence in who you are Learning from challenges
How to Fix Your Relationship With a Partnership Mindset
Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Jeff and Sheldon of the Idea Gym podcast to talk about... ✔️ The foundational structure of an intimate marriage. ✔️ How to participate in a marriage where both partners thrive. ✔️ How to come to peace with our desires (both sexual and otherwise). ✔️ The importance of honesty with yourself and within your marriage in creating a peaceful partnership. ✔️ The difference between intimacy and validation. AND MORE!
The Higher Desire Wife
In this episode, Dr. Finlayson-Fife joins Dr. Corey Allan from Sexy Marriage Radio to discuss the higher desire wife and the lower desire husband relationship dynamic.
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